Pressure/Gas Laws

Gas law demos and activities for the K-12 and college physics and physical science classroom.
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  1. Fire Syringe Item # P1-2020
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    A Smokin' example of Charles's Law. Using the Fire Syringe to compress air into a smaller volume is a classic example of how rapidly doing work on a gas results in an increase in temperature.

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  2. Advanced Gas Laws Demo w/ Temperature Item # P1-2065
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    Quantitatively confirm the Combined Gas Law with one complete apparatus! Students can verify this relationship using air and this unique apparatus.

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  3. Individual Pressure Pumper Item # P1-2050
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    Hands-on activities teach the relationship between pressure and temperature, adiabatic expansion and cloud formation, and finding the mass of air. Ideal for elementary/ middle level students. Also known as the Fizz Keeper.

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  4. Atmospheric Mat Item # P1-2010
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    A simple design that demonstrates a powerful concept: atmospheric pressure! Place this rubber mat on any flat surface and pull on the handle. It's like the mat is glued down!

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  5. Pressure Globe Item # P1-2015
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    Demonstrate the amazing power of air! This specialized bottle is fitted with a balloon and a stopper. Inflate the balloon with air or water, with the stopper in place and removed, and see what happens.

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  6. Neulog Barometer Sensor NUL-221 Item # NL-2210
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    This sensor measures atmospheric barometric pressure.

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